That was my point was correcting the track bar ball joint angle, not the track bar geometry. I left out "ball joint" on my last statement. I will edit my post for clarification. I'm well aware that bends do not matterGoing back to your statement that a trackbars geometry can be changed without lowering it is not true. A trackbar does nothing for the geometry in relation to the steering drag link. It makes no difference what bends or kinks are in that bar. It's a point to point equation. Only thing the aftermarket trackbar can do is put the oem ball joint back to its neutral position and of coarse get shorter or longer as needed.
As for correction of geometry, correct geometry for the track bar is whatever matches your drag link configuration.